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[texts]Myths Of Babylonia And Assyria - Mackenzie,Donald A.

Keywords: RELIGION. THEOLOGY; Prehistoric and primitive religions
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[texts]Myths Of Babylonia And Assyria - Mackenzie,Donald A.

Keywords: SOCIAL SCIENCES; Theories and methods in social sciences; Methods of the social sciences
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[texts]Myths of Babylonia and Assyria - MacKenzie, Donald A., 1873-1936
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[texts]Elves and Heroes - MacKenzie, Donald A., 1873-1936
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[texts]Draft Genome Sequence of a Novel Lactobacillus salivarius Strain Isolated from Piglet. (Volume 2) - MacKenzie, Donald A.
This article is from Genome Announcements, volume 2.AbstractLactobacillus salivarius is part of the vertebrate indigenous microbiota of the gastrointestinal tract, oral cavity, and milk. The properties associated with some L. salivarius strains have led to their use as probiotics. Here we describe the draft genome of the pig isolate L. salivarius cp400, providing insights into host-niche specialization.
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[texts]Molecular Characterization of Host-Specific Biofilm Formation in a Vertebrate Gut Symbiont. (Volume 9) - Frese, Steven A.
This article is from PLoS Genetics, volume 9.AbstractAlthough vertebrates harbor bacterial communities in their gastrointestinal tract whose composition is host-specific, little is known about the mechanisms by which bacterial lineages become selected. The goal of this study was to characterize the ecological processes that mediate host-specificity of the vertebrate gut symbiont Lactobacillus reuteri, and to systematically identify the bacterial factors that are involved...
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